Does computational thinking correlate with personality?: the non-cognitive side of computational thinking

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Computational thinking (CT) is being considered as a key set of problem-solving skills to be acquired by the new generations of digital citizens and workers in order to thrive in a computer-based world. However, from a psychometric point of view, CT is still a poorly defined psychological construct: there is no full consensus on a formal definition of CT or… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/3012430.3012496

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